Pitching
Earned Run Average 3.91 26th
Quality Starts 0 1st
WHIP 1.26 24th
BAA .238 26th
Batting
Runs 425 26th
Batting Average .242 24th
On Base Percentage .314 23rd
Slugging Percentage .418 22nd
2019 NL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Chicago 54 44 .551 W4
Milwaukee 52 48 .520 W1
St. Louis 50 47 .515 L1
Pittsburgh 46 51 .474 W1
Cincinnati 44 52 .458 W1

Cincinnati Reds News

  • @Reds • 43m

    Cincinnati.com: Josh VanMeter's home run lifts Cincinnati Reds to a 3-2 victory over St. Louis Cardinals

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    Josh VanMeter's first career home run lifted the Reds to a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals before a crowd of 38,427 on steamy Saturday night at Great American Ball Park.

    The win snapped a four-game losing streak for the Reds.

    Luis Castillo went six innings and allowed one run on five hits. He walked one and struck out four. He threw 88 pitches, 59 of which were strikes.

    Castillo has allowed four runs over 26 2/3 innings in his last four starts.

    It was a scoreless game until Matt Wieters led off the sixth with a line shot to right field for his seventh home run of the year.

    Josh VanMeter's first career home run lifted the Reds to a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals before a crowd of 38,427 on steamy Saturday night at Great American Ball Park.

    The win snapped a four-game losing streak for the Reds.

    Luis Castillo went six innings and allowed one run on five hits. He walked one and struck out four. He threw 88 pitches, 59 of which were strikes.

    Castillo has allowed four runs over 26 2/3 innings in his last four starts.

    It was a scoreless game until Matt Wieters led off the sixth with a line shot to right field for his seventh home run of the year.

  • @Reds • 3h

    Redleg Nation: Reds Defeat Cardinals Thanks to VanMeter Dinger

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    The Cincinnati Reds (44-52) squeaked by the St. Louis Cardinals (50-47) by a score of 3-2 on a hot Saturday evening at Great American Ballpark. The rookie, Josh VanMeter, clubbed his first Major League home run, a two-run homer, to give the Reds all the runs they needed on a night when their ace pitched.

    The first five innings saw a pitcher's duel in which Luis Castillo (ND, 2.36 ERA) and Miles Mikolas (6-10, 4.17) kept the innings moving, quickly. The the third time through the order came.

    Matt Wieters smashed a homer to right center on a hanging pitch from Castillo, in the sixth, to put the first run of the game on the board.

    The Cincinnati Reds (44-52) squeaked by the St. Louis Cardinals (50-47) by a score of 3-2 on a hot Saturday evening at Great American Ballpark. The rookie, Josh VanMeter, clubbed his first Major League home run, a two-run homer, to give the Reds all the runs they needed on a night when their ace pitched.

    The first five innings saw a pitcher's duel in which Luis Castillo (ND, 2.36 ERA) and Miles Mikolas (6-10, 4.17) kept the innings moving, quickly. The the third time through the order came.

    Matt Wieters smashed a homer to right center on a hanging pitch from Castillo, in the sixth, to put the first run of the game on the board.

  • @Reds • 9h
  • 1-2-3 inning... #ATOBTTR! FINAL: Reds 3, Cardinals 2!Celebrate at your neighborhood @Skyline_Chili! https://t.co/2LrWSijaCM

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  • @Reds • 10h
  • The moment you dream for as a kid! #BornToBaseball https://t.co/NkdhYoCczO

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  • @Reds • 10h
  • Just another day in the life of Jos Iglesias... #BornToBaseball https://t.co/XCTw3yA1Ez

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  • @Reds • 11h
  • Career strikeout number 400 for #LaPiedra! #BornToBaseball https://t.co/NC8NJg1tnL

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  • @Reds • 16h

    Red Reporter: Game 95: Cardinals at Reds (7:10 PM ET) - Wainwright vs. Mahle

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  • @Reds • 19h

    Cincinnati.com: Cincinnati Reds Manager David Bell ejected club-record 7th time after Suarez tossed

    Called out on strikes in the first inning Friday, Cincinnati Reds third baseman Eugenio Suarez didn't hide his disagreement from home-plate umpire Carlos Torres. Suarez flipped his left hand in the air, walked behind home plate and pointed toward the plate. Suarez and Torres exchanged words as Suarez retreated to the dugout.

    In between the first and second innings, Suarez was the first Reds player to return to the field. He argued with Torres around home plate before he walked toward his position. After more arguing, Torres ejected Suarez. Torres appeared to flash four fingers, apparently signaling that he gave Suarez four chances to walk away.

    Called out on strikes in the first inning Friday, Cincinnati Reds third baseman Eugenio Suarez didn't hide his disagreement from home-plate umpire Carlos Torres. Suarez flipped his left hand in the air, walked behind home plate and pointed toward the plate. Suarez and Torres exchanged words as Suarez retreated to the dugout.

    In between the first and second innings, Suarez was the first Reds player to return to the field. He argued with Torres around home plate before he walked toward his position. After more arguing, Torres ejected Suarez. Torres appeared to flash four fingers, apparently signaling that he gave Suarez four chances to walk away.

  • @Reds • 21h

    Cincinnati.com: Catcher Ryan Lavarnway sets records in his Cincinnati Reds debut

    David Bell talks about the Reds' 12-11 loss to the Cardinals after they had a 7-run lead in the 6th inning and Ryan Lavarnway's big debut. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    On a team where every player has a choreographed celebratory handshake, new Cincinnati Reds catcher Ryan Lavarnway didn't have anything planned after crushing a three-run homer over the right-field wall in the third inning Friday.

    Lavarnway broke into a smile after rounding third base. He gave a pair of high-fives to teammates Jose Iglesias and Tyler Mahle once he crossed the plate. Iglesias rubbed the top of his helmet.

    David Bell talks about the Reds' 12-11 loss to the Cardinals after they had a 7-run lead in the 6th inning and Ryan Lavarnway's big debut. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    On a team where every player has a choreographed celebratory handshake, new Cincinnati Reds catcher Ryan Lavarnway didn't have anything planned after crushing a three-run homer over the right-field wall in the third inning Friday.

    Lavarnway broke into a smile after rounding third base. He gave a pair of high-fives to teammates Jose Iglesias and Tyler Mahle once he crossed the plate. Iglesias rubbed the top of his helmet.

  • @Reds • 23h

    Fansided: Cincinnati Reds: Ryan Lavarnway adds intrigue to catching position

    The Cincinnati Reds made a flurry of moves on Thursday that included the signing of journeyman catcher Ryan Lavarnway to a one-year Major League contract. With Tucker Barnhart, Curt Casali, and Kyle Farmer all on the shelf, the Reds turned to Lavarnway last night and he delivered in a big way. Is Ryan Lavarnway in the mix to be the Reds long-term solution behind the plate?

    While it's easy to carried away with Lavarnway's 6-RBI performance last night, let's also be careful not to dismiss his 3-for-4 night at the plate.

    The Cincinnati Reds made a flurry of moves on Thursday that included the signing of journeyman catcher Ryan Lavarnway to a one-year Major League contract. With Tucker Barnhart, Curt Casali, and Kyle Farmer all on the shelf, the Reds turned to Lavarnway last night and he delivered in a big way. Is Ryan Lavarnway in the mix to be the Reds long-term solution behind the plate?

    While it's easy to carried away with Lavarnway's 6-RBI performance last night, let's also be careful not to dismiss his 3-for-4 night at the plate.

  • @Reds • 1d

    Redleg Nation: Reds Recap: 7-0 becomes a 12-11 loss to the Cardinals

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    I really wanted to just copy and paste the Endless Screaming tweet in each one of these sections, because seriously this game sucked the absolute life out of all of us, right? But Ryan Lavarnway deserves to have his night written about and praised. In his first game in the Major Leagues this season - just signed out of Triple-A two days ago - he hit two home runs, doubled, walked, and he drove in six runs. He might go down as the best Cincinnati Reds hitter of all time if we're all going to be honest with ourselves.

    I really wanted to just copy and paste the Endless Screaming tweet in each one of these sections, because seriously this game sucked the absolute life out of all of us, right? But Ryan Lavarnway deserves to have his night written about and praised. In his first game in the Major Leagues this season - just signed out of Triple-A two days ago - he hit two home runs, doubled, walked, and he drove in six runs. He might go down as the best Cincinnati Reds hitter of all time if we're all going to be honest with ourselves.

  • @Reds • 1d

    Red Reporter: Reds blow 7 run lead, lose to Cardinals 12-11

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    The Cincinnati Reds just took a 7-0 lead against the St. Louis Cardinals, and did so on the offensive prowess of...Tyler Mahle and Ryan Lavarnway?

    Yep, you read that right. While Nick Senzel and Derek Dietrich are banged up alongside the IL'd trio of Tucker Barnhart, Curt Casali, and Kyle Farmer, it was Lavarnway who stepped up large in his Reds debut, smacking a double and a pair of dingers while driving in 6 runs on the evening, something no player in Reds history has ever done in their debut since at least 1920.

    The Cincinnati Reds just took a 7-0 lead against the St. Louis Cardinals, and did so on the offensive prowess of...Tyler Mahle and Ryan Lavarnway?

    Yep, you read that right. While Nick Senzel and Derek Dietrich are banged up alongside the IL'd trio of Tucker Barnhart, Curt Casali, and Kyle Farmer, it was Lavarnway who stepped up large in his Reds debut, smacking a double and a pair of dingers while driving in 6 runs on the evening, something no player in Reds history has ever done in their debut since at least 1920.

  • @Reds • 1d

    Cincinnati.com: Cincinnati Reds collapse in 6th inning, cough up 7-run lead in loss to St. Louis Cardinals

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    David Bell talks about the Reds' 12-11 loss to the Cardinals after they had a 7-run lead in the 6th inning and Ryan Lavarnway's big debut. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    Thirty-two minutes after the Cincinnati Reds entered the sixth inning with a seven-run lead against the St. Louis Cardinals, their bleak playoff hopes were dealt a potential knockout blow.

    The Cardinals sent 13 batters to the plate against three Reds pitchers. There were eight hits, one walk, one error and one massive gut-punch when outfielder Jose Martinez hit a go-ahead, three-run homer over the center-field wall to complete a 10-run inning.

    David Bell talks about the Reds' 12-11 loss to the Cardinals after they had a 7-run lead in the 6th inning and Ryan Lavarnway's big debut. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    Thirty-two minutes after the Cincinnati Reds entered the sixth inning with a seven-run lead against the St. Louis Cardinals, their bleak playoff hopes were dealt a potential knockout blow.

    The Cardinals sent 13 batters to the plate against three Reds pitchers. There were eight hits, one walk, one error and one massive gut-punch when outfielder Jose Martinez hit a go-ahead, three-run homer over the center-field wall to complete a 10-run inning.

  • @Reds • 1d
  • The LavarnWAY or the highway. #BornToBaseball https://t.co/exs3sLavvu

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  • @Reds • 1d
  • Sticks were hot in the 3rd! #BornToBaseball https://t.co/fcJWNjvOtL

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